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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 23 July 1880

XXX A. WEST AUSTRALIAN." ; -A FiriMJUâi Bl-Weekly Newspaper* , ; . PrnusHiNo Days : TUB8DAY8 and FRIDAYS. It is 4h* only paner in the colong pubiùhtd opemr than one« a wuk. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: 5s. *bb . QUABTEB; 30«. PEE ANNUM. o^*f*HB quarters terminât« on the dist of ? 1 Tlfarca,1»th June, 30th September and .ist December, at which periods ONLY can Sab. ?anbei. decline, by giving notice in writing, and .eyiág the amount ana to the end of the quarter ' aase) enrrent. renou desirous of subscribing daring the ear« I fancy af a quarter will only be charged from the 4at» of their commencing, Babeeribers who do not give wrilto» neti* to the 'CMtrary, ara considered aa wishing to continue aba»> subscriptioa^ and it ia particulsry requested abat perseas forwarding notices for insertion will ?aita the Member of tintes they shall appear. As aa Advertising median the "WEST AUS. SR ALIAN M offers special advantages, not possess» a* bj aay other Western Australian newspaper. 1» cajsalsja...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MONDAY, JULY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 23 July 1880

an mc itifv ^Legislative Council. ""?J v n8e- MONDAY, JULY 19. mild - - we the ave ifa of uch ped -a ion h a ive, ros- her Elis rds The Speaker took the chair at 3 p.m. -- <?.- - Tue Address in Reply. , Mr. Vths rosel-to move that ajrespectful'addregs be presented to His Excellency the Governor in reply to the speech with which he had opened the' session. In doing so, the hon. member said be could but'regret that the task had not fallen to the lot of some one whojwould have been more at home in addressing the House than-this being his first appearance in that chamber-he was. It was not hu intention, nor indeed was it necessary for bira, to review the whole of the exh. Uitive speech which they had just beard from His Excellency. It must be a'mattèr of gratification to the bon. members of that House to und that the colony had the advan- tage of again reaping the benefit to be derived from the administration of its affairs, a second time, by the same Governor ; and lie could...

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CATCHING THE KELLYS. A PERSONAL NABRATIVE OF-ONE WHO WENT IN THE SPECIAL TRAIN. [Abridged from the Aust[?]] [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 23 July 1880

CATCHING THE KELLYS.   A PERSONAL NARRATIVE OF ONE WHO WENT IN THE SPECIAL TRAIN. Abridged from the Australasian         I left home last Sunday evening (June 27) about 7o'clock, with the intention of passing an hour or so, and enjoying a glass of grog, with an old friend in Melbourne. Happening to look in at the Argus office on my way to his house, I found that a telegram had just been received from Beechworth   with the startling intelligence that "the Kellys had broken out again and shot a man." Knowing that I should have to start as soon as possible for the scene of the outrage, I turned to Bradshaw, and finding that I could not leave for Beechworth until 10 minutes past 6 on the Monday morn- ing, I continued my journey to pay my promised visit. I had enjoyed my friend's hospitality for about the space of 15 minutes, in his comfortable armchair by the side of a blazing fire, when the following letter w...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 23 July 1880

Steam to Albany, via Bunbury and Vasse, with the Second Fortnightly JULY English Mails. _ HIE s a. ROB ROY, sails as above, on MONDAY, July 26, at 3-30 p.m. JAMES LILLY & CO., Agents. Fremantle, June 13, 1880. Steam to Adelaide and Mel- bourne, transhipping to steam- ship OTWAY at Albany. THE s.S. ROB ROY sails m above on MONDAT, JULY 26 at 3-30 p.m. Passengers and Cargo taken through to Len* don by Orient Company's steamship, leaving Adelaide about ? JAMES LILLY k CO., Agents. Fremantle, July 13th, 1880. For Sour aba ya, Samarang, or Batavia. THE schooner " ANNIE BEATON" ia now open _rto take horses for either or all of the above ports. Shippers are re. quested to secuie space at once, as a great number of stalls are already engaged. The above offers a fine chance for settler« to send away stock and get quick returns. Tbe undersigned will undertake to return to shippers, proceeds of shipment, in Cash, immediately on receipt ofaecouut sale». The Annie Beeton has first class ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 July 1880

./SSO**' $&i. HOLLOWAYS PILLS Impurities of the Blood. f/ntfl thesepnrifying Mis havehad a fair trial, let no one be logger oppressed with the notion that big malady ia Incurable. A few doses will remove all disordered actions, rouse the torpid liver, relieve the obstructed kidneys, eleanso Im- pure blood, and confer on every function health, fal vigour. They work s thorough purincatioa throughout the whole system, without disorder. üig^uatarslactionoWoigaa. Indigestion, Bilious Corn* plaints, and Sick Headache. Ko organ In the human body Is BO liable to dis. order sa the liver. Kemembor when nausea, fia. tulenar, or acidity on the stomach warns na that digestonisnot proceeding properly, that Hollo. way's Pula give strength to every organ, speedily remove all causes of indigestion, inspissated bite-, and tick tiwirtache, and effect a permanent cars. Weakness and Debility. Ia cases of debfllty, langoor, and nervousness, generated by excess of any kind, whether mental or physi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 July 1880

STRAYED STOCK. IMPOUNDED in the public pound, New- castle, on the 14th inst., one BAY GELDING, about 13£ hands high, branded like B9 on near side, white star in fore- head and white snip on nose. If the above is not claimed, according to law. will be sold. W. B. PIESSE, Poundkeeper. Newcastle, 16th July, 1880. IMPOUNDED in the public pound, New- castle, on the 16th inst., one BLACK MARE; about lo hands high ; near binti foot white ; white snip on nose ; branded something like JF conjoined on near shoul- der, and (rj L on off shoulder ; has a black horse foal by her side. If not claimed, will be sold according to law. W. B. PIESSE, Poundkeeper. Newcastle, 18th July, 1880. IMPOUNDED on the 24th June, 3880, in the Northam Pound, one BLACK GELDING ; white spot on note ; star in forehead ; saddle marked ; about 14£ hands high ; branded on near side under saddle OI Also, one BLACK* FILLY, star in fore head, about 13 bands high ; branded on ribs near side, something like HY wry much blotch...

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COUNTRY LETTERS. (From our own correspondents. NORTHAMPON, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 July 1880

ÊSIMT1Y IITTMS. (From our own correspondents. NORTHAMPON, July 21. Bain here seems to keep off, and people are beginning to cry out for it, the light showers that we have had, not having penetrated the soil to any depth. Lambing, on the whole, I hear, has been most satisfactory, and it is to be hoped that the coming shearing will be equally so. I am very glad to see that lead ore ia be- ginning to come in pretty freely, and I was par- ticularly well pleased to notice at the railway station to day an old familiar mark on some of the bags "O.W.-(Owen Williams)." It will be remembered that Mr. Williams left the dis- trict some eighteen months ago, thinking, I sup- pose, to make his fortune on the Eastern Bail way, but like many others, was doomed to dis- appointment, and has returned amongst us a wiser, if not a sadder man, and resumed work at his mine. I hear there are many others who left about the same time, who would gladly return if they had the means to pay their pas- sage. It is...

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FREMANTLE, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 July 1880

FREMANTLE, Jnly 26. The notice in the Government Gazette in reference to the North Fremantle Bridge is not all that is necessary, inasmuch as a very small section of the riding and driving publie look at that interesting journal, aud the regulations there promulgated seem to require more gene- ral publicity, more especially as the infringe- ment of them is to be visited by a heavy fine. Besides, something even more serious than a fine might occur-an accident ¿may happen, attended with loss of life and property. Under these circumstances, it is surely ,-tiie duty of Government to use every means to make the public acquainted with the'new regulations. The notice in the Gatette should be advertised in the newspapers, and notice hoards should be put up at both ends of the bridge, and a police- man stationed there to call attention to them. Unless some such steps are taken, it would seem unjust to inflict a fino on any one for the non-observance of the new regulations. People are beginni...

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THE AMEEESHIP OF CABUL. CALCUTTA, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 July 1880

THE AMEEESHIP OF CABUL. Calcutta, July 22. News was telegraphed on Tuesday con» firmatory of the announcement that a num- ber of the adherents of Takub Khan had recognised Abdul Kahman as the Ameer of Cabul.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS.—FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 July 1880

'S. ARRIVALS.-FREMANTLE. July 22nd.-IRIS, sehr.1, Shaw, from Manri tius. Passengers-Mrs. Shaw and children (2), and servant. 23.-s.a. ROB ROY, Craig, from Champion Bay. Passengers-Mr. C, Crowther, Mr. Ait- kins, Mr. Cowan, Mr. Butcher, Mrs. and Misa Dow, Mr. and Mrs- Pearse'; and G in the steer- age. 24.-BELLE OF BUNBURY, sehr., Connors, from Bunbury. 24.-ALFRED HAWLEY, barque, Evans, from Cape Town. 24.-MAUD, cutter, Johns, from Sharks Bay and Champion Bay. Passengers-Messrs. H. Hillyard, W. Gibbons, W. Smith, and 1 china- man. 25,-SEA RIPPLE, sehr., Sly, from Singa- pore. DEPARTURES. July 23rd.-SWAN, cutter, Makaals, for Bunbury. 24.-THERESA, sehr., Reid, for Bunbury.

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THE BRITISH FLEET IN THE PACIFIC. LONDON, July 22, [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 July 1880

THE BBITISH FLEET IN THE PACIFIC. London, July 22, The Daily N'êtes publishes an article re« garding the strength of the British fleet in the Pacific, and the possibility of compli« cations arising in that direction. It is under« stood that the matter is under the considera«. tion of the Government. The article in the Netos also intimates that it is intended to make certain increases in the strength of the British fleet stationed on the Chinead coast.

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RUSSIA AND CHINA. LONDON. July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 July 1880

BFSSIA AND CHINA. London. July 22. The. latest intelligence from Pekin strengthens the impresssion that China ia not desirious of engaging in further hoc. tilities against Russia, Since the reprieve of Chang How (the late Ambassador to St., Petersburg), there are further indications ef a peaceful solution of the difficulty, and there exists some confidence that all danger of a war between the two countries has bee» averted.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS.] BRITISH AND FOREIGN. NEGOCIATING WITH PEESIA. London, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 July 1880

T&isM?ne ram [ASSOCIATED PJtESS.] BRITISH AND FOREIGN. NEGOCIATING WITH PEESIA. London, July 22. It íb reported that Great Britain is nego» ciating with Persia for the purchase of m portion of the coast-line of the Persian Gulf, besides a part of the land frontier of Be« loochistan.

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AFFAIBS IN AFGHANISTAN. London, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 July 1880

AFFAIBS IN AFGHANISTAN. London, July 22. Mahomed Jan, one of the leaders of the Afghan tribes, who submitted to the British, is expected to join Abdul Bahman, who ia now stationed at Charikar.

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MOBILISATION OF THE GREEK ARMY. LONDON, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 July 1880

MOBILISATION OF THE GEEEK ABMY. London, July 22. The Daily Neto» reports that the Greek Army is being mobilised.

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"TOMMY LARKYNS" APPEAL. To THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 July 1880

"TOMMY LABKYNS*" APPEAL. To the Editor of the West Ausbralian. Sir,-I wish to call your attention, and through your journal the attention of the pub- lia, to the gross and atrocious manner in which I am used by the inhabitants of Albany. I regret very much being compelled to rush into print thus, to air my grievances, and appeal for protection ; but, doubtless, you will condole with me when I point out to you the claim I have on the sympathy of the general public. I am now approaching a hundred years of age, and have been located in Albany over twenty years, holding a very prominent position in the P. & O. Co.'s service. Prior to that, I held for several years, head place in one of the celebrated East India Co.'s ships, the Larkyns, during which time I saw a good deal of active service, witnessed several engagements, and, without blowing or being egotistical, I defy anyone to say that I was not always to the front. Afterwards, when the Larky na was purchased by the P. &a...

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 July 1880

e©filESf©MBENCE. TO COBBESPONDENTS. No notice can l>ec taken of anonymous communications. Every letter must be accompanied by the name and ad- dress of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. We in all coses claim tho right to abbreviate or correct communications. Unless accompanied by a stamped envelope, we cannot guarantee the return ef declined MSS. Correspondents who persist in writing on both aides of the paper, in violation of our rule, cannot expect their com municatious to be published. Mr. Joseph Tbackrah :-Your letter which appeared in our last issue should properly have been accompanied by a foot note, which we omitted to insert, recommending you to apply for advice to a professional man. No one but a lawyer could give you the informa- tion you require-at least, the opinion of a non-professional man could not be relied on. The letters of Mr. Major, of "S.", and of " Mungarra", shall appear in our next.

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THE ROADS BOARDS AND THE SUPERINTENDENT OF ROADS, [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 July 1880

THE ROADS BOARDS AND THE SU- PERINTENDENT OF ROADS, [The following letters from Chairmen of Boads Boards came in unfortunately after we hod closed for the present the subject to which they allude. But it is only right that we should give the statements emanating from these Boards the same publioity which has bean accorded in every other instance. We publish these letters therefore, although so late in the day. J

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CIVILISING THE NATIVES. To THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 July 1880

CIVILISING THE NATIVES. To the Editor of the West Australian. Dear Sir,-1 have read in your issue of the 16th inst., a letter signed "Caucasian," refer ing to the proposed Native Mission upon the Murchison. I have often felt surprised at the ignorance displayed by many people with regard to the natives of this colony. Surely fifty years experience among them ought to have taught us something of their nature, and their capacity for receiving Christian instruction. The attempt has been frequently made, in this and the other colonies, to christianize thom, and I think I can say, without fear of contradiction, the attempt has failed in every case. They, one and all, like " Pete," in the lines by Henry Kendall, return to their " under-done 'possum and waddy." That this is deeply to be regretted, all must allow, and the question is,-is it any use spend- ing time and money in attempting to alter this predilection for '"possum and waddy!" My opinion, and that of all who are practically ac- ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 July 1880

RELIEF FROM COUGH IN TEN MINUTES. HAYMAN'S BALSAM op HORE HOUND is the most certain and speedy Remedy for all disorders of the Chest and Lungs. In Asthma and Cou.umption, Bronchitis, Coughs, Influenza, Difficulty of Breathing, Spitting of Blood, Hooping Cough, Hoarseness, Loss of Voice, &c, this Balsam gives instantaneous relief and if pro perly preserved with scarcely ever fails to effect a rapid cure. It has now been tried for many years, has an established reputation, and many thous- and have been benefitted by its use. IT HAS A MOST PLEASANT .TASTE. IMPORTANT TESTIMONIALS. " Amports, Firs, Andover, May 29th, 1879.-Sir,-I have for some years had your Balsam of Horehound for Mrs. B.Web- ster, ana intended writing to tell you how much' benefit she has derived. ' She was considered consumptive, but the Balsam bas restored her, and she is now quite strong. I have recommended you dozens of custom- ers, and all have been pleased with it.-I am, yours &c, " H. B. Webster....

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